Six Word Saturday

Enjoying barefoot and pedal pushers weather!

Maryann on Jimmy's stone steps. Photo taken 1964 - Copyright Genealogy Sisters
“Maryann on Jimmy’s stone steps.”  – Copyright Genealogy Sisters

I’m enjoying the beautiful weather today, and I hope it is nice in your neck of the woods, too. Had a wonderful holiday with my family! I will get back to doing genealogy research soon. Housework can also wait, because I’m taking a book out on the porch, along with a cup of tea, and a few doggie biscuits for my Chesapeake Bay Retriever, and kicking off my shoes. Call them pedal pushers, or capris, or clam diggers – they are perfect for springtime. My pedal pushers today have dirt on the knees, since I planted a new butterfly bush.

For more bloggers participating in Six Word Saturday, please go to Cate’s blog, Show My Face. Happy Saturday!

Copyright 2015 by Maryann Barnes and Genealogy Sisters.

3 thoughts on “Six Word Saturday

  1. I love “pedal pushers” as we used to call them! I grew up in Southern California and we always went barefoot, and wore pedal pushers! Now I live in Kansas and I still love to wear them when weather permits! 🙂

    Happy Saturday!

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